Basically, I'm thinking about a system, that filtrates, and makes a lake's water drinkable, drives water into my house's faucets without electricity, and all these should be able to work when it is -20 Celsius outside. The water heating is not a problem, it is going to happen with a good old wood consumer stove.
*I even thought about adding a microsystem, that makes energy, like this: https://youtu.be/rPdpnunr1k0
The ram pump I would like to build is something like this:
I draw a basic thing I don't even dare to call a plan:
The lake water goes down, into a simple filtration system and makes the mentioned hydro energy tool work, then flows (underground) into the other filtrating tool (under the house), that makes drinkable water. The next stop is a huge container or a few smaller, then the ram pump makes the water go up about 3 meters into a cold water container, and from that to a heatable storage.
The ram pump makes "wastewater" but I could make that into a smaller pond or something.
I wish to know more about this topic so I appreciate every idea to make this notion better and make the pump, the hydropower tool and the whole system more efficient.
Thank you in advance.
Edit: The electricity made with the turbine is to store it in a battery or more batteries, so I could use it to make light or charge a laptop.
The problem I have is to make the system work in -20 Celsius and to use a turbine to make electricity efficiently.